The Young and the Restless spoilers tease a ruse uncovered, a former couple hitting the sheets, and so much more. This will be a week you won’t want to miss!
The Young and the Restless Spoilers Highlights
Despite doing his best to avoid his brother, Nicholas (Joshua Morrow) eventually finds himself cornered by Adam (Mark Grossman). The latter insists that his concern for their seemingly ailing father is genuine, and Nicholas finds himself convinced.
Adam then produces what he considers proof of Victor’s (Eric Braeden) mental decline: a scrap sheet of paper covered in doodles. Since when has Victor doodled?
Upon closer scrutiny, Nicholas realizes the doodles aren’t so random. It’s actually the names “Nick,” “Victoria,” and “Adam” formed to make a serpent poised to strike. Off that discovery, Nicholas heads to the Newman abode and demands an explanation from the Banksy wannabe.
Y&R Spoilers: Ex Marks The Spot
When Sally (Courtney Hope) swings by the lounge area at the GCAC, Adam (Mark Grossman) asks her to join him. A clearly rattled Sally begs off and heads upstairs with Adam in pursuit. Soon, the two are inside Sally’s suite, and Adam is expressing concern for his ex’s wellbeing. Minutes later, they are entwined in each other’s arms and headed towards the nearby bed.
The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Odds and Ends
In other The Young and the Restless news, Daniel (Michael Graziadei) and Lily (Christel Khalil) argue about Heather, and Christine (Lauralee Bell) surprises Danny (Michael Damian).
Meanwhile, as Victoria (Amelia Heinle) makes a painful decision, Adam takes matters into his own hands. Is a coup against Victor — spearheaded by the usually squabbling siblings — imminent?
Finally, Y&R spoilers have Ashley (Eileen Davidson) making a return trip to Genoa City. Will she join her siblings in taking her husband down, or does she want to *GASP* reunite with Tucker (Trevor St. John)?
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